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Callaway Introduces Rangefinder ‘Power Pack’

2.18pm 10th December 2015 - New Products

callaway family boxCallaway, one of the world’s leading golf equipment brands, has added premium accessories to its popular 300 Laser Rangefinder to create a new, comprehensive Power Pack set.

The Callaway Power Pack includes the 300 Laser Rangefinder, a carry case with carabiner, a sleeve of Chrome Soft balls, a divot repair tool with ball marker plus two 3V batteries – providing an all-in-one, multi-functional package for accurate distance measurement and enjoyment on the course.

Featuring Callaway’s exclusive Pin Acquisition Technology (P.A.T.), the 300 Laser Rangefinder is one of the lightest devices on the market and can lock onto pins up to 300 yards away. With the capability to magnify to six times further, it enhances the view of the target even with trees and other obstacles in the background.

Included in the new Power Pack are the highly-regarded Chrome Soft golf balls, with SoftCore compression technology for a softer feel, lower spin off the tee and a Tour Urethane cover for extra control. The Power Pack has an RRP of £249.

“The Callaway Power Pack offers high quality as well as excellent value for golfers,” said Tony Fletcher, Head of Sales for Brand Fusion in the UK.

“With the added benefit of the premium accessories, the price point of the package is superb value for money, and makes for a perfect golfing gift at any time of the year,” he added.

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Callaway Golf Company


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